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that in baltimore city, but as you head towards dc, still under that watchnot 10:00. i do expect. you're still under that watch but we have to go all the way down towards parts of caliber county and some ferocious storms moving through the dc area. this is going to make a run for lexington park and then off shore. so the good news is not too severe weather across the city limits, but it's stillworm outside. 89 degrees. we got to our record of 100 degrees today. we will hit our normal values as we head into tomorrow. there could be an isolated stormx but the best shot will be toward the south. i'll have the seven day coming up in just a bit. >> well the heat wave should break tonight, but not before it has taken the lives of 13 people. 13 people died in our area. it's been a struggle for those without electricity for more than a week. cheryl conner has more. >> reporter: they knocked on doors and knocked again. a few hours went by before volunteers with the maryland defense force foun people without power who needed them. harry smith was happy to see the men and women in unistorm show up to his house
. >>> baltimore city police are searching for a missing teenager. we are told that 15-year-old cameron wilkerson went missing from the 2900 block of edison highway wearing a white shirt, white shorts, and black sneakers. officials say he suffers from a developmental disabilities. anybody with information on his whereabouts is asked to call 911 immediately. >>> anne arundel county fire crews are evaluating the damage from a two-alarm fire. they were called to heliborne drive at 5:30 this evening for reports of a burning town home. the heat made putting out the flames very tough. >> because of the heat, asked for additional equipment and personnel. it took approximately 45 minutes and 37 firefighters to get the fire under control. the investigation is ongoing and right now there are not any reported injuries, but there are some civilians and fire department personnel being evaluated for heat exhaustion. >> it took them about 45 minutes to get the flames under control. no word if anybody was at home at the time. >>> today was not the weather that you would order for a housewarming or block party, u
. but in moderation. on the lower left. we see a topographic map from a satellite. what you see in red is the city of baltimore. places where the sunlight does not hit the ground because it is all paved. it is to make sure that every footfall is secure and you cannot pay a bit of attention to it. many of you have been doing it for quite a few years now. it is not good to sleepwalk through life. that way we don't have to worry about a thing. there is no bond on the floor. it is designed to be controlled and removed our brains of for having to worry about the details. i use google for an hour or two or three every day and my work and in my life. what a wonderful tool. it reduces exercise in thought through the momentary process of looking up information. we don't have to know where we are anymore. we can have someone tell us exactly where we are in the world. and we are also adding noise by the way we live our lives. we can compensate by trading in our brains in recovery direction and we can use technology to do that. how do you reverse age-related cognitive decline? you have to work on the skills a
degrees in st. louis. 104 in indianapolis. 105 in louisville and the list goes on. 102 in oklahoma city. baltimore 102. devastating temperatures. >> one. things that people don't realize is historically more people die in the course of a year from extreme heat than they do from the other weather-related tragedies that come along like tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, more people die from extreme heat and we've seen that in this one heat wave and it's only the early part of july. >> jamie: if you've been listening we've been telling you to drink water, stay inside, wear light clothing, etc. a lot of people know that already. what can they do to help your efforts? because i think you never think this could happen to you. and then it does and then you're there. >> exactly. whether we're talking about preparing for a storm or preparing for a heat wave, preparation in many cases it's very much the same thing, make sure that you have tons of water. we recommend that people have a minimum of a gallon of water a day. we also suggest that people have the provisions that they need if they lose powe
to our search to provide baltimore the next police commissioner that will take us to the next level. >> i will continue to serve the mayor and this great city. >> reporter: the tenure ends august 1st. high-ranking source says parks dill is a leading candidate. >> mayors office had no direct comment. >> they hope to conclude the search within the next few weeks. there is more to come on eyewitness news. run faster, hundreds test their courage during an iconic festival in spain. >> marylanders try to stay cool in the midst of an intense heat wave. stay with us. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,, >>> welcome back to eyewitness news sunday morning. >>> it is going to be another hot day. not as scorching as it has been. this is a 12 day stretch of hot days with temperatures at or above 90 degrees. we'll be seeing a transition. we have temperatures in the 80s. why would anybody need to get on a cruise ship to go to warmer temperatures? >> i would look to go to alaska. >> temperatures here are as warm as anywhere. we are warmer here than in florida and south beach. 85 our temperature. we are looki
of the board of baltimore. in fact, i ran for office 22 times. i was elected 20 times and defeated twice. i worked for the county. i've worked for the city. i have worked for the state. and you will probably remember that i tried to get a job down in washington, but something happened to me at that time. ♪ ♪ >>> all summer on sundays, american history tv presents "the contenders." this 14-week series highlights key political figures who ran for president and lost but who nevertheless changed political history. our program with al smith airs again tonight on american history tv on c-span3. next sunday, we continue our "contenders" series featuring wendell willkie who ran against fdr in 1940. watch "the contenders" each sunday at 8:30 a.m., 7:30 p.m., and 10:30 p.m. through labor day weekend. >>> up next, at the organization of american historians meeting in milwaukee, new york university professor linda gordon discusses birth control in america. she argues that birth control in the u.s. wasn't controversial until women became politically active and seeking the right to vote in the 19th c
-star harold reynolds, a former seattle and baltimore player, who will be covering the all-star game for mlb network and in kansas city, espn's jayson stark, who joins us from the field of tuesday's game. doris let me start with you. what is it about baseball that has given us this great staying power? we have been playing baseball in this country since the civil war, abraham lincoln -- >> my god. >> schieffer: played baseball. you wrote a book of some notice about it. what do you think it is about this game? >> i think it has to do with the fact it gets passed down from a parent to a child so it is part of your family memories, i mean in my state i was six years old and kept they art of keeping score so i could record for him the history of that afternoon's brooklyn dodger game, and he never told me then that all of this was actually described in the sports pages the next day so i threw it out and he wouldn't do know what happened to the brooklyn dodgers so my kids love baseball and part of the same fabric, we now have season tickets to the red sox, i can sometimes sit at the field and clo
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